Renowned for her scholarship in decision science, commitment to policy translation, and innovative approach to interdisciplinary education, Dr. Sue J. Goldie is a physician and public health scientist working to improve the health of vulnerable populations. She works at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Harvard University.
Scan video samples, soundbites, snapshots and sketches to get a feel for the role of multimodal approaches in Sue's work and everyday life.
RELATING TO LEARNERS
Reflecting on the means and challenges of connecting with learners through digital media.
EXPLAIN WITH ANIMATION
Experimenting with an animated prototype to explain migration to high school students.
DRAWING TO ILLUMINATE
Showcasing the role of sketching, storyboarding, and illustration in course planning and teaching.
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Global Health Education and Learning Incubator
Dr. Goldie is the founding director of the Global Health Education and Learning Incubator (GHELI) at Harvard University, inspiring innovative learning and teaching about multidisciplinary global health challenges.
Center for Health Decision Science
Dr. Goldie, recipient of a MacArthur "genius" award for the application of decision science methods and tools to public health, is the founder and director of the school-wide Center for Health Decision Science.
More About Sue
Sue is engaged in nonprofit work globally and mentorship programs locally. An avid designer and perpetual experimenter, she can be found prototyping and piloting "out of the box" ideas on any given day.